Hillary supporters to demonstrate at DNC meeting

I received a forwarded email from the group that is behind the Women Count Pac .  They are organizing a demonstration at the May 31 meeting of the DNC Rules Committee.

Here is the text of the email:

From: "Susie Buell" Date: May 21, 2008 10:45:34 AM PDT
Subject: Join us for a Rally on May 31st in Washington

Dear Fellow Hillary Supporters,
If you believe that the DNC must honor our core democratic principles and enfranchise the people of MI and FL and their respective delegations,
If you believe that Hillary Clinton is best for our party, most likely to win in November and best for our country,
If you believe the contest for the democratic nomination must not end before all of the votes from each State and US Territory have been cast and counted and that nominating conventions, not candidates (or the media), declare the nominee,
If you believe that the media and DNC have underestimated the passion, strength, intensity and determination of Hillary supporters and the power of the women's vote,

Then Join a group of Hillary supporters who are planning to visit Washington, D.C. on Saturday, May 31st to attend the meeting of the DNC Rules Committee and rally outside the DNC headquarters in support of Michigan and Florida;
....the DNC Rules Committee is meeting that day to make a determination with respect to MI and FL and we think it is essential to convene in Washington to support our cherished democratic principles, help enfranchise MI and FL and to show that Hillary has equally high numbers of passionate, devoted supporters who believe fervently that she will be the better general candidate and best president.  
Our purpose is not to divide the party or attack the DNC or Senator Obama.  At the same time, Hillary's strong support cannot be dismissed in DNC efforts to unify the party.

Please let us know if you will be able to join us.

The Office of Susie Tompkins Buell


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Political joke time!

Ah, humor....the thing that keeps us going, that reminds us of our frailties, that creates community with others.

I received this joke in my email box today and it really made me smile.  I hope you find it funny, too.  And if you are in the mood, why not post some of your own favorite political jokes in the comments?  

It might be fun.

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